Didn’t manage to catch all our Official Broadcast for Make Music Day UK 2021 live? Fear not, you can watch it all here!
Lunchtime Notes – Livestream 1
As part of the Durham Big Play, Durham Music presented a live streamed Big Sing. Watch their fab virtual sing-a-long of the songs featured on the Charanga platform.
Scotland’s Primary Schools came together sign the Make Music Day 2021 anthem, Stand By Me.
Arts & Health South West presented a film of a newly commissioned piece by Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian written for 3 inclusive ensembles and a dancer to respond to.
Newham Music teacher Gouri Choudhury presented a fun, interactive South Asian Music Workshop with help from the students at West Ham Church Primary school and Elmhurst Primary school. Sing along with now on catch-up!
Live Music Now musician Ford Collier (from the group Mishra) took us on a journey from Western classical through folk and jazz to beatboxing and back again.
Twilight Tunes – Livestream 2
With ‘passion and hope’ more than 30 drum/percussion bands from the Netherlands, Brazil, Nigeria, India, Slovenia, Lithuania, United States, UK, Mexico, etc. joined forces to contribute to the Make Music Day 2021.
Featuring short films, documentaries and music videos from projects such as 4’33″ and Marching Metal.
Olaide Steele: BBC Introducing selected singer-songwriter Olaide Steele performed a selection of covers and her own original songs.
Fragile Lucy: Songs about the universe, love and life from one of the most original ukulele players on the planet.
SK Shlomo at the ISM’s The Empowered Musician: Award-winning beatboxer and producer SK Shlomo’s performance from the ISM’s The Empowered Musician event in December 2020.
Clips from the jazz musicians from South Wales.
MSCTY’s Nick Luscombe in conversation with musicians Elsa Hewitt and Kirk Barley about their sonic responses to locations close to Tower Bridge.
Evening Ensemble – Livestream 3
A magazine style show featuring segments from across the UK presented by Making Music.
Kwaku BBM provided a quick-fire opportunity to hear a range of domestic black music, as we mark Make Music Day and British Black Music Month.
Reel Youth Media and City Of Edinburgh Council’s Arts and Creative Learning team presented a programme of performances and music making from across the city’s 23 high schools and 88 primary schools including highlights from Creative Scotland’s Youth Music Initiative project.
Broadcast of tracks produced in the MixMash studios challenge.
Hands Up worked with the European Folk Music Network and Global Music Match to broadcast a mixture of acts from countries including Scotland, Wales, Spain, Belgium, France and more.